Chamunda Devi Temple

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Kalhorkar,Kangra District, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, 176059
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Listing ID: 62148504
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The Chamuda Devi Temple is one of the most popular and a religious site located 19kms from Palampur. With the gorgeous view of the Dhauladhar range in the background, a visit to Chamunda Devi Temple cam make your hearts filled with pride and joy.

The Temple holds immense religious significance among tourists and local people as it is believed that worshipping at this temple grants liberation from the cycle of life and death. The temple is adorned with intricate carvings and colorful depictions of various deities. The sanctum sanctorum houses the main idol of Goddess Chamunda, beautifully draped in rich fabrics and adorned with flowers.

The location of the temple itself can attract those who are in search of wonders of nature as  the serene environment, coupled with the gentle sound of the river flowing nearby creates a peaceful ambiance and you can spend hours meditating by the river or simply soaking in the natural beauty that surrounds the temple.

Chamunda Devi Temple is not just a place where people go only for workshipping; it's also a sanctuary where you can mutually connect with your inner self and the sublime beauty of nature. Whether you are seeking spiritual gateway or a serene retreat this temple offers an experience that stays in your memory for long.

Key Highlights 

Highlight Description
Location 15 km from Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
Main Deity Goddess Chamunda (form of Goddess Durga)
Spiritual Significance Believed to grant liberation from the cycle of life and death
Natural Beauty Surrounded by the Dhauladhar mountain range and Baner River
Nearby Attractions Norbulingka Institute, Kangra Fort
Best Time to Visit October to June
Activities Meditation by the river, exploring nearby cultural sites
Entry Fee Free
Access Easily accessible by road from Dharamshala


Things to remember

  1. Chamunda Devi Temple is a sacred site, so it's important to dress conservatively. So wear clothes that cover your shoulders and knees to show respect for the religious customs and traditions.
  2. Help keep the temple premises clean. Avoid littering and use the designated dustbins for any waste. This ensures that the temple remains a serene and beautiful place for everyone to enjoy.
  3. Follow the local customs and traditions while visiting the temple which includes removing your shoes before entering the temple premises and maintaining silence to preserve the sanctity of the space.
  4. Make sure to check the weather forecast before leaving as bad weather can lead to restrictions for tourists movement


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